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The focal length of macro lenses ranges from 50mm to 200mm.
Although many zoom lenses boast a macro setting, these are usually less than half life-size magnification – true macro, however, begins with 1:1 and nothing less.
This is a much cheaper alternative than buying a macro lens but tubes are more fiddly to use in the field.
Close-up filters are single-element lenses that look like magnifying glasses.
It may seem daunting at first, but macro photography really isn’t so different from other kinds once you get a graps of the basics.